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FREE Healthy Babies Group

October 12, 2018 at 12:47 PM

From HealthWEST, posted on the Community Waitakere Noticeboard

The next Healthy Babies Group is due to start next week on Friday 19th October at Blockhouse Bay Community Centre from 11am-1pm. If you have any mama you think may be interested in this free service please pass this poster on to them.

They will learn

  • what healthy kai is
  • how to read food labels
  • how to save money while shopping
  • a free kangatraining session (exercise with your baby)
  • how to prepare and cook kai safely
  • heaps of new recipes
  • as well as meeting new mama in the community.  

These courses run for 5 consecutive weeks, and if they complete every session they will receive a $100 Countdown Voucher.  Tamariki are welcome and there is a gas voucher given for them finding their own transport (or I could pick up if they are on the way the way). We also have someone to watch the babies so mama can participate in the session.


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